Crossout Launches Closed Beta Test SEA With New Content

Crossout Celebrates SEA Launch With Major Content Update

You might remember me talking about the Twisted Metal-esque game called Crossout a few months back. I attended the event and they announced pre-registration for the beta testing of the game! Well, good news, Crossout finally launched it’s Closed Beta Test in the SEA region last June 12, 2020!

Since the opening of the beta test, servers have gone major stress test to ensure that a quality experience will be had by all players who join in on the metal clashes, haha! Developed by Targem Games and co-published by Gaijin Entertainment and PlayPark, Inc., Crossout combines gather-and-build mechanics from MMOs with the fast-paced gameplay of shooters for a unique competitive experience.

New patch introduces Personal Playground, Battle Pass, etc.

The official closed beta test of the game will also coincide with a big patch which will feature improvements to overall gameplay, the Personal Playground area, and a battle pass system for the new season, Doomsday Cars. The Personal Playground will include interactive upgrades to your garage while the battle pass system is a paid account upgrade that will give players bigger and better rewards for completing specific challenges. The battle pass system also has unique items and skins that can be unlocked by ranking up the pass, allowing players to improve and customize their war machines.

Crossout has also partnered with Mineski, TNC, WomboXCombo, and CollabAsia to bring the game into the esports scene. And another collaboration to look out for includes Peenoise Realm, for show-stopping gameplay content that fans should definitely enjoy!

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